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Shoes 174060 possibly British The Met Costume in 2019

Shoes 174060 possibly British The Met Costume in 2019

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Shoes, 1740-60 | possibly British | The Met

Shoes, 1740-60 | possibly British | The Met | Costume in 2019 | Shoes, Wool shoes, Vintage shoes

English court dress from the 1660s, made of silver tissue. Taken at the Fashion Museum, Bath.

Date: 1795-1810; Culture: probably British; Medium: leather

Shoes Date: 1740–60 Culture: possibly British Medium: Wool Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, ...

Evening dress of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, From the State Hermitage Museum 1900s Fashion, Edwardian

Maker: Borsley; Date: 1825-35; Culture: British

LOT 26 ENGLISH OPEN ROBE of INDIAN COTTON CHINTZ, 1785 - whitakerauction

Designer: Pierre Yantorny (Italian, 1874-1936); Date: 1925-30; Culture: French; Medium: leather; Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at the ...

Date: 1790-1805; Culture: probably British; Medium: leather

Indian print day dress Indian cotton, English printing, 1740-1760

Evening slippers. Maker: Despa; Date: ca. 1815; Culture: British

Robe à l'Anglaise | British | The Met

Shoes Designer: Thomas Ridout (British) Date: 1750–70 Culture: British Medium: silk Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan ...

Pair of shoes, Nuremberg c. 1710, green silk damask, decorations: silver

Italian suit, 1740-60

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 23, no. 3 (November, 1964)

1812; Culture: probably British; Medium: cotton

Designer: Pierre Yantorny (Italian, 1874-1936); Date: 1914-19; Culture: French; Medium: leather, metal; Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection.

Tablier, rondom geplooid met brede middenplooi van crèmekleurige zijde in geel geborduurd met ranke, breed uitgemeten bloem- en bladranken; blauwe linnen ...

Slippers. Date: 1795-1810; Culture: European; Medium: leather;

Shoes. Date: late 18th century; Culture: British; Medium: (a, b) leather; Credit Line: Gift of Charles Ryskamp, 2002 / MET Museum NYC

Pair of Womans Shoes Probably Italy, circa 1775 Costumes; Accessories Silk brocade, leather

The @germanisches_nationalmuseum is a source of inspiration! - enjoy your day, afternoon,

This exquisite pair of late 17th century or early 18th century baby shoes must have been worn by an extremely wealthy and pampered child. They have probably ...

Fantastic pair of men's 18th Century style leather shoes withbuckles made by “Anello & Davide” who are one of the best period shoee makers around.. size ...

1760's suit

Date: 1857; Culture: probably French; Medium: silk; Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at the museum, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum

At the end of what can only be described as ..... a

Pair of Woman's Shoes England, London, Spitalfields, 1740-1750 Costumes; Accessories Silk damask and leather Length: 9 5/8 in. (24.45 cm) 4 1/4 × 3 1/8 in.

My shoes are ready to party on Friday! . #18thcenturyfashion #18thcentury #18thcenturycostume #18thcenturyshoes #costuming #shoes #menswear

TIL heels were first made by the Persian cavalry to keep stability while shooting arrows. It later became popular in Europe as masculine symbol until 1630 ...

Date: 1795-1810; Culture: possibly American; Medium: Leather

#repostcollect I am so happy that the Germanisches Nationalmuseum Nürnberg @germanisches_nationalmuseum likes my Instagram

Date: 1795-1810; Culture: probably British; Medium: leather; Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at the museum

Robe à l'Anglaise | British | The Met

Exhibition | Shoes: Pleasure and Pain

New shoe buckles from @americanduchess for my #robealafrancaise . Since I've got

Chanel by Karl Lagerfeld, 1984 Photo: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

These 18th century shoes come in Gentlemen's sizes (Hamilton) and Ladies sizes (Schuyler) in the La Rose Passementarie pre-order!!

Child's Shoes Probably France, 1730s Costumes; Accessories Silk- and metallic-thread embroidery (needlepoint), silk and metallic thread passementerie, ...

Pinning the lapped seams

1800; Culture: possibly British; Medium: Linen

American Duchess: English Gowns of the 18th Century

Designer: Hing Sheng Boot and Shoe Maker; Date: 1855-65; Culture: probably American; Medium: silk; Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume.

"Dress up doll with dress and accessories" Probably Nuremberg, c. 1750 Even. "

Some time ago I discovered this 18th century shoe on the Internet. It is actually

Fireplace wall paneling from the John Hewlett House, Probably John Hewlett, 1740–60, Made in Woodbury, New York, United States, Panel: 9 ft.

18th Century shoe displayed at the Museo Correr, Venice. November 2018. #museocorrer

Pair of Woman's Shoes Probably Italy, circa 1775 Costumes; Accessories Silk brocade, leather, silk Length: 9 1/2 in. (24.13 cm) 3 3/4 × 3 1/2 in.

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Retailer: Jeffers French Shoes; Date: 1866; Culture: French; Medium: Leather; Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at the museum

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Silver embroidered blue damask court mantua (an open fronted gown with an elaborate train), made between about Probably worn by Lady Rachel Morgan (of ...

This is most definitely a learning project and maybe I'll one day even do a full tutorial with everything that I've learned. Even though I settled on the ...

Shoes. Date: 1869; Culture: American; Medium: silk, linen,

1740s

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Today I am finishing my blue silk robe a la francaise. Here's some on-

Pair of shoes English, c.1700–30 Yellow silk taffeta, bound with

Shoes. Date: 1875-95; Culture: probably French; Medium: leather; Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at the museum, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum

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La robe à l'anglaise ( XVIIIè siècle) in 2019 | 1600's / 1700's / 1800's / 1900's | 18th century dress, Fashion, 18th Century Fashion

For #weddingwednesday, this @ngvmelbourne 1882 gown stands alone, preserved in a moment

„Pendant with velvet ribbon“, Germany, 1760s #silver, partly gilded,

Do you love shoes? ❤ 👠❤ „LUXURY IN SILK. FASHION IN THE 18TH CENTURY“ Special exhibition from 5 July 2018 to 6 January 2019 With around 100 items on ...

Stays, England or France, ca. 1790, Cotton with silk embroidery, boning, and lined with linen, Victoria & Albert Museum, T.237-1983

Shoes. Date: ca. 1860; Culture: probably European; Medium: leather

#linnenfrockcoat #frockcoat #18thcenturycoat #18thcenturycostume #18thcenturyshoes #18thcenturyshoebuckles #18thcenturybreeches #badine #18thcenturyhat ...

Stays, American (Massachusettes or New York) 1740–60, Silk moiré, linen, silk tape, whalebone, MFA Boston, 44.347

#1750s #1750sfashion #18thcentury #18thcenturyfashion #rococo #europe #european #mules #shoes #heels #footwear #silk #damask #embroidery #metallic ...

#weddingwednesday returns with a 1925 wedding outfit from the @ngvmelbourne, created by Melbourne

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I am so happy that the Germanisches Nationalmuseum Nürnberg (@germanisches_nationalmuseum) likes my Instagram

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Shoes. Date: 1810-29; Culture: probably British; Medium: silk; Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at the museum, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum

Pair of Mid-18th Century Black Silk and Gold Brocade Ladies Shoes, with cut

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Court presentation ensemble MET 70.53.5a-c side CP4 159528 probably American, Court

Throwing back a couple years to my first pair of American Duchess shoes. These are "Pompadour" in white, that I dyed green and glued on metal embroidery ...

Regrann from @18th_century_cleophas - „LUXURY IN SILK. FASHION IN THE 18TH CENTURY“

The bustling on this mid-18th century mantua is just spectacular. Imagine how amazing

Classic leather handbag Céline

Adam Friedrich von Löwenfinck, Deckelvase

Eldred's Spring Sale April 5-6, 2019

Genuine Osram Ultra Life Car Bulbs H1 H4 H7 R5W R10W W5W C5W H6W P21W PY21W

Shoes. Date: 1770-89; Culture: European; Medium: Silk; Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at the museum, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum

This Frederick Bosworth 1908 walking costume

Shoe Category: Textiles (Clothing) Place of Origin: Europe Date: 1750-1810 Materials: Leather Museum Object Number: 1956.0507.001

2x Canbus C5W C10W Festoon LED 28-41mm Interior Number Plate Light Bulb 6000K UK

Today in #GeorgianJanuary we're celebrating red! One of the things I love about the color red is that a little bit can go a long way way! Her outfit is a ...

#shoes #shoetransformation #18thcentury #wonderwomancosplay #historicalwonderwoman #18thcenturyshoes #18thcenturycostume #historicalcostuming ...

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Date: 1740-60; Culture: American; Medium: linen,

Corset, 1805–10, probably French, silk, metal, baleen, Metropolitan Museum of Art, C.I.46.82.8

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Regrann from @18th_century_cleophas - „LUXURY IN SILK. FASHION IN THE 18TH CENTURY“